MOCKS Publisher's description
from Dan Horobeanu
MOCKS is a small, easy configurable, RFC1928 compliant SOCKS 5 server.
MOCKS is a small, easy configurable, RFC1928 compliant SOCKS 5 server. MOCKS supports upstream proxy and IP-based client filtering rules.
Compiling and Running MOCKS
Due to the simplicity of MOCKS, a make file was uncalled for. You can compile MOCKS with the build script included in this package (build) or with the following command:
gcc -lnsl -o mocks child.c error.c misc.c socksd.c up_proxy.c
If you encounter any problems during compilation don't hesitate to contact me (see section 5 of this file for details).
You can then control MOCKS like this:
Shutting it down:
Get command line help:
What's New in This Release:Added support for upstream proxy connection. MOCKS can now relay all traffic by acting like a client for another proxy server. This is not yet fully implemented: BIND commands are not yet relayed. Supported upstream proxy protocols: HTTP CONNECT, SOCKS4, SOCKS5. For details see the UP_PROXY_* variab
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall